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‘Radical’ junction transformation wins public backing

THE LONG-awaited over­haul of “London’s most dangerous junction” will begin next year after the £25million scheme won public backing.

Transport for London (TfL) said 80 per cent of people who took part in its consultation backed the plan for ... read on

OPINION is divided over an “ambitious” new roundabout touted as the first to fully segregate cyclists in the capital. read on...
A FINANCIAL worker finished a gruelling 100-mile cycle ride to help a friend’s charity. read on...
A MUSEUM is offering one lucky reader a year’s free membership for helping to decide the name of an alpaca born in its grounds. read on...
HOMES and businesses of South London were hit by flash floods after a “biblical” downpour. read on...

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Newcastle 3 Crystal Palace 3

WILFRIED Zaha and Neil Warnock reintroduced theirselves to the Palace fans in the perfect way thanks to the winger’s injury-time equaliser which snatched a point against Newcastle United in a dramatic encounter. Palace had twice taken the lead thanks to a first-minute strike by Dwight Gayle and a Jason Puncheon volley, but were pegged back by goals from Daryl Janmaat and Rolando Aarons. With two minutes to play Mike Williamson then put Alan Pardew’s side in front, but Warnock’s men weren’t to be denied and Zaha lashed home late on to grab a point for Palace. Less than 40 seconds had passed when Warnock was celebrating the first goal of his second Eagles reign. Keeping the ball from the kick-off, Yannick Bolasie's dangerous cross was headed out by Massadio Haidara to Marouane Chamakh. The Moroccan's shot was pushed onto the post by Tim Krul, but Gayle was quick as a flash to fire the rebound home. Palace could have doubled their advan... read on

Newcastle 3 Crystal Palace 3

WILFRIED Zaha and Neil Warnock reintroduced theirselves to the Palace fans in the perfect way thanks to the winge... read on


Brighton 2 Charlton 2

LEWIS Dunk's injury-time goal denied unbeaten Charlton all three points in Sussex.

The Addicks are ... read on


JULIAN Speroni has hailed Neil Warnock as the best boss he has ever worked for - and has no doubt he will be a success in his second coming at Crystal... read on
JULIAN Speroni has hailed Neil Warnock as the best boss he has ever worked for - and has no doubt he will be a success in his second coming at Crystal... read on

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